Northwest NEWS

February 25, 2002

Local News

Carnation Police Beat

*an. 16 - On Jan. 15 between 3 and 3:07 p.m. unknown person(s) stole medication from an unlocked car in the parking lot at QFC./td>

Thrasher's Corner Park meeting

*The City of Bothell invites citizens to attend a community meeting to help "master plan" the future 54-acre Thrasher's Corner Regional Park, located along 208th and 9th Avenue Southeast in the northern part of the city.

Mental stability of suspected kidnapper is questioned

*The man suspected of abducting a young Kingsgate boy last June will be headed to Western State Hospital for psychiatric examinations next month.

Power line tree trimming

*Asplundh Tree Company, on behalf of Puget Sound Energy, will be performing tree trimming around power lines in Woodinville beginning Feb. 25. Among many trees affected are the London planes located at the intersection of 140th Ave. Northeast and Northeast 175th Street.

Duvall Police Beat

*Feb 10 - Theft: A 25" televion set was stolen from the auditorium at Cedarcrest High School. A security cable and bracket were broken from the rear of the set.

Meeting to discuss Hwy 203 roundabout

* The regular monthly meeting of the Duvall Chamber of Commerce will be held at noon Tuesday, March 5, at the Duvall Fire Hall.

Engagement: Manuwal-Portugal

*Mr. and Mrs. David Manuwal of Woodinville have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joy Allison, to Joe Havens Portugal, son of Joe and Ruth Dills of Tumwater and Joe Portugal of Shelton.

Obituary:Thordis Josephine Groves

*Thordis Groves passed away on Monday, February 18, 2002 at Northwest Hospital, Seattle. Thordis was born on December 30, 1910, in Binford, N.D., to Gunder and Josephine (Evjen) Rust. She was the oldest of nine children.